LibriVox recording of The Postmaster's Daughter by Louis Tracy.
Read in English by Sharon Kilmer
A charming mystery story set in the early 1900s which is as much about the townspeople, sleuths and other colorful characters as it is about the murder. Filled with comic antics of Scotland Yard fellows, local police, and residents of the town, keeps the murder ever elusive. The "whodunit" is maintained until the very end and the laughter keeps going even after the mystery is solved. (Summary by Sharon Kilmer)
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December 29, 2015 Subject:
Very Good Reading and Story
Thank you, Sharon Kilmer, for a great job in reading this good mystery story. I appreciate all Librivox volunteers for giving me and others such good, clean fun. I will look forward to other Louis Tracy stories as I am aware he wrote a great deal more. If it were not for my Mississippi accent I would volunteer to read. Thanks again, and God bless Librivox.
September 15, 2014 Subject:
The bad guy in this book is creepy. I was able to figure out whodunnit pretty early, but it always makes me shake my head a bit when I hear how 'maniacs' were viewed in the olden days. The misconception did not detract from the story overall.
Reader and sound quality were excellent. I enjoyed the story. Thanks!